In this professional development resource you'll learn through detailed step-by-step tutorials, how to use GSuite for Education including Drive, Docs, Sites, Forms and Sheets.
This course is presented by the team from AppsEvents
John Neale talks about Google Docs and Google Drive and how they are built and tailed for collaboration.
John explains how to access your Google Drive and how to use Google Drive.
John walks us through how to create a shared folder within your Google Drive and the different permissions you can give these folders and your collaborators.
John walks us through how to create our first Google Doc, use the different features and the best practices for your Google Doc.
John talks us through how to share a Google Doc and the different sharing permissions and options you can give to your Google Doc when sharing it with a collaborator.
John walks us through how to format your Google Doc to transform the look and feel of your document.
John explains the helpful tools within Google Docs that you can use to quickly navagate through your documents.
John walks us through the different ways you can organise your Google Drive so that they are easier and neater to navigate through.
John explains the best practices for managing shared documents between staff memebers and how to quickly change the permessions on your shared documents.
John explains the powerful Explore Tool you can use within your Google Docs to improve your content within your document.
John walks us through how to use the Voice Typing Tool to create documents quickly and the different commands you can use while Voice Typing.
Ben Rouse talks about Google Sheets and how it's features are great for Schools and Teachers.
Ben walks us through how to create your first Google Sheet and explains some of tools that can help you create your spreadsheet quickly and easily.
Ben explains how to upload an Excel spreadsheet to your Google Drive and what settings to turn on to allow Google Drive to convert your Excel spreadsheet into a Google Sheet.
Ben walks us through how to share your Google Sheet with other teachers or students, to allow you to work collaborativly on a spreadsheet.
Ben explains how to sort, filter and format in your Google Sheets so that you are able to find information you need in a easily viewable way.
Ben explains how to add charts into your Google Sheets using the information already in the spreadsheet with the Explore tool.
Ben talks about all the different formulas you can use in a spreadsheet and how to use the Explore tool in your Google Sheets to quickly add those formulas to your spreadsheet.
Ben explains how to link your Google Sheets together so that information from multiple sheets can be colated together in one Google Sheet.
Ben walks us through a step by step of how to add data from your Google Sheet into a report in Google Docs using charts and the Explore tool.
Ben expains how to add some third party add ons, available to Google Sheets to make sheets even smarter and faster.
Ben Rouse talks about Google Forms and how it is a great starting point for Teachers and Schools using Google for Education GSuite.
Ben walks us through how to get started with Google Forms and how to create your first form.
Ben walks us through how to create a Google Form that is a quiz and how to make your quiz self-marking.
Ben talks about the differrent settings you should check through before sending off your from for others to fill out.
Ben explains how to share your Google Form and the different options and ways to send your form to someone for them to fill it out.
Ben explains how to use response validation in your Google Form so that you can change the type of information respondants can input to awnser the questions in your form.
Ben talks about how to split up a large form by using sections and how you can use responadants anwsers to send them to different sections of your form.
Ben explains how to view all the responses from your Form and how to turn off respones for when you've finished collecting all your data.
Ben walks us through how to take all the data from your Form and put it all into a Google Sheet.
Ben shows us some of the third party add ons that you can add onto your Google Forms.
Ben Rouse talks about Google Sites and all the uses of Google Sites that are perfect for educators.
Ben walks us through how to create a new Google Site and add content into your new Google Site.
Ben walks us through how to add additional pages into our Google Site, the different options you can add and the best practices for arranging your pages.
Ben explains how to share your Google Site with collaborators and how to work collaboratively on your Google Site.
Ben explains how to embed a Google Doc or Google Slide you have created from your Google Drive into your Google Site.
Ben explains how you can take your embeding further by embeding information and content from other sites such as Google Maps and YouTube.
Ben explains how to add content from an external site into your Google Site and how different content can be added to your Site in different ways.
Ben talks about how to change the style and look of your Google Site and the different themes that Google Sites already has for you to use and customise.
Ben walks us through the different steps to take before publishing your Google Site and how to publish and make your site live to users.
Ben talks about how to keep up with maintaining your site, his top tips for editing your site and how you can see who has been viewing your site.
John Neale and Ben Rouse sit down with us and anwser some of the most frequently asked questions that teachers and educators have about G Suite.
Ben Rouse sits down with us and anwser some of the most frequently asked questions that teachers and educators have about G Suite.